High School graduates should follow the guidelines for applying for admissions to the College as a new freshman for our associate or bachelor degree programs.
General Education Degree students should follow the guidelines for applying for admissions to the College as a new freshman for our associate or bachelor degree programs.
In addition, the college accepts the following scores for a GED diploma in lieu of an official high school transcript/diploma. Individuals who have not earned a high school diploma and would like to take a General Education Degree examination may click through here to obtain information.
The student's GED total score must be a minimum of 2250 for the five parts of the examination. The minimum score for each part must be a 410. To calculate the student's equivalent grade point average, the admissions office will divide the total score by 5 and use the chart below to calculate the equivalent grade point average. For a student who earns a 2250 overall, the equivalent GPA would be 2250/5 = 450. 450 translates on this scale to be a 2.5. This translation is only utilized to evaluate students for scholarship consideration.
Average Score GPA
College students who have completed college credit elsewhere, should follow the guidelines for applying for admissions as a transfer student to the College for our associate or bachelor degree programs.